In The Roommate Book, which is filled with whimsical drawings and quizzes, writer/illustrator and expert roommate Becky Simpson uses her optimism and sense of humor to highlight some great benefits of having a roommate and how best to enjoy these shared years of modular furniture, crockpot meals, and binge-watching Netflix. For high school graduates going off to college and new adults leaving college, this book is very important.
The Roommate Book is all about celebrating this short season of life. It’s the time between parental curfews and settling down with a significant other. It is for the single and proud, silly and crafty, witty and thrifty. It’s a non-serious look at how to live with a friend (or total stranger). Nuggets of wisdom are included, but so are comical pie charts, hypotheticals, illustrations, and brief essays. This book invites passersby to thumb through and stay a even as.
Meet your roommate: The Random, The BFF, The Bra-less & Lawless, The “I’ve never in reality seen my roommate,” The “We get along but we’re not actually friends,” The Enemy, The Frenemy, The Platonic Opposite Sex, or The Faux Partner. Use the “Must I Live with This Person” glide chart that can assist you choose.
This fun and functional book also includes: The “Must I eat this without asking?” glide chart, the top 10 reasons it’s awesome to have a roommate, the pet peeve awareness illustrated guide, the Eisenhower matrix for chores (important, urgent, not important, not urgent), the guide to creating nicknames, party and prank ideas, and so a lot more!